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Few ISF parts for sale

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Evening LOC Members, 

Having now sold my ISF I have a few bits I now have no need for please see below

EBC yellow stuff pads (Front) brand new in box, painted in High temp black to look like OEM pads. £100 + postage

Pair OEM brembo rear brake discs brand new in boxes £120 + postage 

Real Carbon (not wrapped or dipped) Rear wing/spoiler/lip like new GSF. Never fitted but was second hand when bought, couple of small scratches that would polish out, needs new fixing tape. £60 + postage

Can provide pics as required

Thanks

 

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